How To Make Bannock

Whether you're heading out on the water for the day, or on the land for a week, bannock is the hardy treat of choice. Here is how you can make this traditional food for your next adventure. 

Bannock is a common food amongst First Nation, Metis, and Inuit groups across Canada. While everyone has their own take on the traditional recipe, however you make it, bannock is the ultimate comfort food.  


3 cups flour
3 tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
2 cups hot water
1 tbsp oil 


Mix dry ingredients well.
Slowly add hot water to the mix, stirring slowly. Do not kneed. 
Let the mix stand for 10 minutes. 
Cut dough into "pucks" (A wide-mouth drinking glass works great for this).
Heat oil in a pan on medium-high heat.
Fry evenly on both sides until golden brown. 

Serve with butter or jam, and enjoy!


Finished bannock sits in a bowl, ready to eat